Musa Targets 3rd Goal Of Season In 24th Game For Al Nassr Vs Al Ittihad

Musa Targets 3rd Goal Of Season In 24th Game For Al Nassr Vs Al Ittihad

Super Eages skipper Ahmed Musa will be gunning for his third goal of the season for Al Nassr when they take on home side Al Ittihad in a Saudi Arabian Pro Leagae game today (Friday) at King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Jeddah.

Musa who ended his 18-game goal drought after Scoring the second goal in Al-Nassr’s 2-0 win over Abha last month – precdsely on August 10th, followed up with his second goal of the season in the 6-1 win against Al Adalah on August 25.

Today’s away game against Al Ittihad will be Musa’s 24th league appearabces this season and 48th overall across two seasons, with the Nigerian’s output totalling 9 goals and clocking 3,448 minutes so far.

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Interestingly, Musa scored seven goals in 24 Saudi Pro League games for Al Nassr last season, while the former Leicester Cty forward has managed just two goals this season going into his 24th game.

The 27 year-old has howevet contributed seven assists this season for Al Nassr who are second on the league table with 60 points behind leaders Al Hilal with 66 points with just two rounds of matches to go.

By Sulaiman Alao

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  • Lord AMO 9 months ago

    If we are being honest with ourselves, Musa should not be included in the next Eagles squad.

    • JimmyBall 9 months ago

      …He is experienced and good but playing in an inferior league. Be it any other player outside of Europe major leagues he would have been long forgotten. But he is seen as a representative from upcountry and so you dare not axe him from the team. Amaju Pinnick knows this as well as Coach Rohr. But the national team should only be open to the best in very good league and teams. I believe, he should be allowed to face club football anytime from now. He has tried and can bow out now and concentrate on making money…

      • I concur. He’s, to be honest, filling up some quota slots – although not taking anything away from him. He’s an absolute match decider and record maker, but there are other non-footballing reasons going on for him as well.

        All or most of his contemporaries have either retired or frozen out of the team. I reckon that as soon as Sanusi Zaidu and Umar Sadiq start getting invitations, then it may be the beginning of the end of Musa’s beautiful SE career.

  • Dr. Drey 9 months ago

    Napoli vs Teramo

    Osimhen is currently killing teramo with a hat trick within the first hour.


    The boy is hot..!!

  • Collins id 9 months ago

    Why are you guys seperating us with tribal and quoter sentiment. Who cares about quater or tribe when it comes to talent. Let me inform you guys that thesame akademie dat mikel obi,samuel kalu, moses simon, ahmed musa and many others where discovered by in the north by northerners. You guys should stop discrediting the northern part us. To be realistic non of our wingers is as skillfull or pacy as ahmed musa on a very good day. Who tell me who? Chukwueze is not there yet if thats the name in ur mind. Do u kno how many goals he has scored for us? Not to talk of asists. And why do you think its only european league that is competative in football. Egypt abuotraker didnt play in europe all is carea. Do you think hazard and dybron or mbape is better than abuotraker. If musa is having tough time in saudi arabia that means the league is tough there too.

    • JimmyBall 9 months ago

      …he should play where we can assess him against others. I get am before does not do it…